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COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
IGHER EDUCATION . .
acting editor: Donald M. Rhodes
I drink to you Alma Mater
A toast that is true and sincere
With wishes and hopes a thousand fold
For progress year after year" . . .
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Campus Life 93
Student Publications 109
College Night 113
Closing Comments ....... 256
CAPTAIN HENRY CLAY REYNOLDS
President of Alabama Girls Industrial SchooJ
KERMIT A. JOHNSON
President of the University of Montevallo
ADDIE SCARBOROUGH Mt. Willing. Ala.
Entered 1919; Class Poet 1919-20-21-22-23; Class Cheer Leader
1921-22-23; Swimming Championship 1921-22; Advertising Manager
Dramatic Club 1921-22; Business Manager Dramatic Club' 1921-22;
Business Manager "Technala" 1921-22; Varsity Cheer Leader
1921-22-23; "M" Club; Treasurer Dramatic Club 1921-22; Editor-in-
Chief "Technala" 1922-23; Treasurer Life-Saving Corps 1922-23.
Pictured to the right i
"daringlv short skirt.'
cheerleader for the class of 1923 in her
The Montevallo Women's Life Saving Corps is now in its second year (1924). During
the past year twelve Senior members and five Junior members have been added to its
numbers. The motto of the Life Saving Corps is "every girl a swimmer and every swim-
mer a life-saver. In order to keep every member efficient, the corps meets twice a
month to practice the different breaks and to review the reserve work.
These were the Athletic coaches of The Alabama Girls Te
Institute and College for Women in the vear 1923.
MISS REBECCA FUNK
Martha Johnson, Senior
The University of Montevallo
Cheerleaders for the year
The 1970-1971 Catalina
Club in a tion.
% % Pictured to the left is the physical education club of 1971.
These were the types of Laboratory Facilities that were used in
the chemistry labs in 1941. At this time the Chemistry Depart-
ment was housed in Blo< h Hall.
The caption over this picture in the 1941 Montage read: "The
Secretaries of the Machine Age."
This picture was taken at the Sophomore hop in 1941.
Alabama College on the air
Today the Chemistry lab work is done with the help of the most
accurate scientific instruments.
The secretaries of the various departments today are affected not
only by mechanical instruments, but also by the compactness of
People have criticized the younger generation for dancing so far apart. These people must
realize, though, that if young people danced any closer together, they would get the beat
from the band and a beating from their partner.
Due to the fine work of Mr. Karl Perkins, we will soon have our own operative ETV
station. Pictured to the left is a picture of the studio as it is nearing completion.
This is old Main Dining Hall as pi
the Alabama Girls Industrial Scho
tured in tin
1908 yearbook of
Comer Hall, erected in the late 1930"s was dedicated by Dr. Ar-
thur Fort Harman, the president of the college at that time, April
In 1851, The Montevallo Male Institute was organized and a brick two-story structure was
built for it b) a joint stock company. This school ran into financial difficulty and was
forced to close in 1858. It was replaced by the Montevallo Male and Female Coilegiate In-
stitute under the supervision of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. This was closed dur-
ing the war, but was reopened sometime afterward as a girls' school. This same hall, now
Reynolds Hall, served as the first real class building on the campus of the Alabama Girls
This building was the Home Management House of Alabama College until
our present Home Management House was built. Also, King House served
the purpose before this one.
The Library, Wills Hall, dedicated in 19123. relieved Central Mail Hall of it-
library. This building had ample space lor students to study.
dc as an inadequate
Today the dining hall is much more modern and is capable of
seating many more students than before.
Comer Hall, although not changing very much on the outside, has recently been remodeled and
air conditioned. It now houses the English. Foreign Language, and Business Departments.
Reynolds Hall is still one of the beauties of the University of
Montevallo campus. Since the picture on the previous page was
taken, this building has been renovated four times.
Pictured to the right is the new Home Management House of the
University of Montevallo.
The new library of the University of Montevallo provides a great study help to students
with plenty of room in which to work. The library also houses the Counseling Office.
This picture, taken in 1947, shows Tutwiler Hall
Before 1900, Main Dormitory consisted not of three seperate sec-
tions, as it is today, but only as the section known as West Main.
This picture was taken in the year 1900, while Central Main was
under construction. East Main was added later.
The picture to the left is one of Hanson Hall taken in
the year 1941.
Bloch Hall, opened in 1915, was the first building erected on the campus
for academic work. Before its completion, the school, which was estab-
lished for the purpose of teaching industrial and technical subjects, held
classes in Reynolds Hall, Main Hall, in temporary frame buildings, and
in private homes.
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Today. Tulwiler Hall is far from plain, being surrounded by beautiful
trees and shrubs.
Main Dormitory is still a beautiful attraction on the University of Montevallo Cam-
pus. Visitors to our campus see this building both as they arrive and as they leave
and its beauty imparts a lasting memory.
Pictured to the left is Hanson Hall, the way it looks today. Although it
differs least of any of the buildings pictured, close inspection does make
one notice some slight changes.
Bloch Hall no longer is the center of many science classes on
campus. Since the completion of Harmon Hall, Bloch Hall has
housed the Art Department and the Home Economics Depart-
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The 1923 Dramatics Club held various productions such as the
one pictured to the left. This is a scene from the production,
"What Every Woman Knows."
Dramatics Club Officers:
Jean Collins President
Willie Lee Reaves Vice-President
Marie Perry Secretary and Treasurer
Dorothv Richev Director
Senior Basketball Team of 1908
Minnie Beech Beula Garret
The Croquet Team of 1908
Champion Tennis Team of 1908
Today the Theatre Council is a much more liberal group of peo-
ple. Their productions this year have been, as usual, better than
those of the year before.
The Basketball team of 1970-1971 is much different than that of
its ancestor, the team of 1908. The present day conditions have
made the sport much more exciting.
Golf has for the most part taken over where croquet
left off. Now that the campus has a golf course, it may
also be the more convenient of the two.
Tennis has become one of the most popular sports on the Univer-
sity campus. Last year our tennis team placed first in our district
and represented the 27th District at the National Championships
in Kansas City.
Rules and Regulations — 1896
1. Il is understood that pupils an- not here to enter society, but to be educated; therefore, they are- not al-
lowed to correspond with gentlemen and visits from them are positively forbidden under penalty of ex-
2. Parents are requested not to encourage their daughters in coming home at Christmas, as only one day
will be given for holiday, and classes and work will move on as usual. Those absenting themselves are
certain to lose their standing in their classes by their absence. We have found it expensive and demoraliz-
ing for pupils to go home.
3. We cannot and will not allow pupils to go home on a visit unless there are best of reasons given. If par-
ents cannot concur with this regulation, they are not solicited to place their daughters in this School.
4. At the closing of the School in the evening, one hour will be allowed in which pupils can make necessary
purchases, but they will not be permitted to loiter in the stores unnecessarily, and must not be away from
their homes after sunset.
5. The Board of Trustees selected this as the ideal spot, far removed from the contamination and corruption
of our great commercial marts, for this most important institution, designatetl to train not only the mind
and heart but also the deft fingers of the girls of Alabama.
6. Study hours begin at seven o'clock, p.m., and last until nine, p.m. At half past nine the students must re-
tire. The rule applies to both Dormitory and private houses. The monitor is required to report any breach
of table manners, and the conduct of each girl in school or out is the subject of the closest scrutiny. The
arrangements of boarding girls in private families has proven very beneficial to their health.
7. The absence of a girl from her classes even for a day has a very demoralizing effect, and throws the other
students behind in their studies, and is a heavy burden on the teacher. The cooperation of the parents
and guardians is earnestly requested in regard to this important matter.
Rules and Regulations — 1971
A student is under University jurisdiction during the entire period of her enrollment except:
When she is signed out for an overnight absence under the chaperon age of her parents or legal guardian,
either in Montevallo or out of town.
When she is signed out for an overnight out-of-town absence with parental permission (specific or standing)
under the chaperonage of a responsible hostess, upon her return to Montevallo, she is again under Univer-
sity jurisdiction and is expected to sign in immediately.
Freshmen may have three free evenings each week: Frida) and Saturday and one other of their choice.
They must sign out properly and sign in by the residence hall closing hours. A student with a "B" average
for the first semester may be allowed to date at her discretion but she must maintain her "B" average.
The house council in each residence hall will have authority to decide the fine or punishment which will be
placed upon students who do not abide by established standards for room maintenance.
The house council will be permitted, when they deem it necessary, to place upon students who do not abide
It is expected that men students at the University of Montevallo will conduct themselves as gentlemen at all
times. Any student whose language is consistently indecent and offensive, whose conduct is rude or lacking
in politeness, whose dress reflects discredit upon the high traditions of the university, or who, in any other
manner habitually declines to cooperate in the maintenance of a wholesome university life, may face disci-
Blanket Permission is granted to all women students unle
jliciilv restricted by parents.
New Womens Dormitory
Fuller Annex Dormitory
Speech and Hearing Clinic — Under Construction
Music Building — Nearing Completion
WE, THE STUDENTS OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO,
SALUTE OUR UNIVERSITY
Stars were the fragments of glasses
Shattered by the celebrating gods
On the wine-stained floors of heaven.
Now they are the twinkling cigarettes
Of philosophers quietly smoking
In a darkened theater.
Faculty - 1908
Dr. FM. Peterson.
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KERMIT A. JOHNSON, President, University of Montevallo, B.S., University
of Alabama, M.S., University of Alabama, Ed.D., Columbia University.
KERMIT MATHISON. Dire, tor of Admissions and Records
JAMES R. WILKINSON, Dean of Men.
RUTH E. COFFMAN, Dean of Won
BESSIE M. ELLIOTT, Assistant Treasurer.
LEE A. BARCLAY. Sr. Business Manager anil Treasurei
MARIE A. OESTERLINC, Associate Professor of Business and
DAROLD L. DUNLAVY, Assistant Director of Admissions and Records
RALPH SEARS, Director of Public Relations.
ROBERT B. SOMERS. Director of Library.
LAURA FRANCES MATHISON, Director of Alumni Affairs.
FRANK LESSLEY, Director of Operations.
ALAN L. LIVINGSTON. JR., Assistant Professor. B.S.. M.A.. Universit) of
ALLEN L. TERRY. Dean of the Colle
versitv ol Alabama.
usiness, B.S.. M.B.A.. Ph.D.. Uni
JOHN E. McKINNON. Director of Computer Cen-
ter, Instructor, B.S., Alabama College, M.B.A..
University of Alabama.
KATE C. SNEED, Associate Professor, A.B.. Alabama
College, M.S., Universtiy of Tennessee.
SARA POSEY MORGAN, Associate Professor, B.S., Asheville College,
M.S., University of Tennessee, Doctor of Jurisprudence, Samford Universi-
CHESTER H. BIGGER. Professor and Associate Dean, B.S., University of Florida,
M.B.A., Mississippi Slate University, Ph.D., University of Alabama; member of Beta
Gamma Sigma, Sigma Alpha Sigma, and the Academy of Management.
CHARLES R. STRONG, Associate Professor, B.S., M.S., Oklahoma State
University; member of American Institute of CD. A.
LaVONDRA HARDING, Instructor, B.S., Alabama College, M.A., Universi-
ty of Alabama.
B. E. FANCHER, Dean, B.S.. Southwestern State, Oklahomi
M.Ed., Universit) of Oklahoma; member of Phi Delta Kappa, I).
partment of Audio-Visual Instruction, National Education Assoc
ation, Consultant for Universal Educational Films and Encych
pacdia Britannica Films. President of Alabama Educations
Media Association, many articles published in educational Join
FRANCES 0. CANNON, Associate Pi
State College, M.A., Ed.D., Universit'
Association for Student Teaching, Asso
cation, Kappa Delta Pi, Delta Kappa (
bama; member of
'or Childhood Edu-
NELL A. MALONE, Associate Director lor the EDPA
Project, B.S., M.A., Ed.D., University of Alabama;
member of Kappa Delta Pi. Alpha Beta Alpha.
ALVIS T. HARTHERN, Assistant Professor, B.A., Florida Southern Col-
lege, M.A., Florida Slate UimersiU. Ph.D.. University of Alabama; elected
to Outstanding Young Women in America in 1968.
CHARLES L. GORMLEY, Professor, A.B., Fresno State College, Ed.D., Stanford University;
was graduated with highest honors, recipient of Pi Gamma Mu Award.
LAWRENCE L. MALONE, Associate Professor, Ed.D., University of Alabama;
ber of Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Phi Kappa.
ROBERT M. LIGHTFOOT, Assistant Professor, B.S., Troy State University,
M.A., University of Alabama.
JAMES CHASTEEN, Counseling Director, B.A., Samford, M.A.,
Ed.S., University of Alabama; member of Phi Delta Kappa,
American Psychological Association, Alabama Personnel and
Guidance Assoc, Chairman for SCPA.
HENRY J. LASH, Assistant Professor,
A.B., Brown University, M.A., Ed.D.,
University of Alabama; member of Phi
J. WARD T1SHLKR, Chairman-Professor. B.S.. Texas
A.&M. University, Ed.D., University of Wyoming.
BILL JONES, Assistant Professor, Head Basketball
Coach, B.S., Florence Slate University. M.A., Peabody
College, A. A., University of Alabama.
LEON G. DAVIS, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Athletics, B.S.. Troy State
University, M.Ed., Auburn University, Ed.D., University of Alabama; member of
Kappa Delta Pi, and Phi Delta Kappa.
FRANK LIGHTFOOT, Associate Professor, B.S.,
M.A., Auburn. University; member of Phi Delta
Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi.
MARGARET BLALOCK, Assistant Professor, B.S., Alabama Col-
lege, M.A., University of Alabama; member of the American and
Alabama Associations of Health, Physical Education and Reerea-
THOMAS M. FLEMING, Assistant Professor and Baseball Coach, B.S..
M.E., Stephen F. Austin State College.
LINDA JEAN HAMMETT, Instructor, B.S., Central Missouri State Coll
M. \., Texas \\ omanV ( !olleg<
BERNICE R. FINGER, Professor, B.A., Huntingdon College, Magna Cum Laude, M.A.
Ed.D., Columbia University, Frank Ross Chambers Fellow.
JEANETTE CREW, Associate Professor, A.B., Judson College, M.A., University of
Tennessee; past Alabama Dance Chairman, Orchesis Sponsor.
MIRIAM COLLINS, Professor, B.S., Georgia State Col-
lege for Women, M.S., University of Tennessee, Ed.D.,
University of Alabama.
DWIGHT NORRIS, Graduate Assistant.
Not Pictured: FRED WEEMS, Assistant Professor.
ARTS AND SCIENCES
JOHN B. WALTERS, Dean of College of
Arts and Sciences.
THOMAS D. TURPIN, Chairman and Associate Professor, A.B.,
M.F.A., Indiana University; has exhibited extensively in interna-
tional, national and regional art shows and competitive exhibi-
tions with several awards, and is represented in public and pri-
vate collections throughout the U.S.
JOHN RIETTA, Assistant Professor, B.F.A., Art Institute
of Chicago, M.F.A., University of Georgia.
JOHN H. SPICER, Associate Professor,
B.S., Pittsburgh State College, F.F.A.,
M.A., Wichita State University; has exibiled
works in regional, national, and traveling
exhibitions, and has some in private and
MARTHA ALLEN, Associate Professor, A.B., Alabama Collef
M.A., Columbia University.
ARIS MER1JANIAN, Chairman-Professor, B.S., Kansas Slate University,
M.A., Southwest Texas State, Ph.D., Texas A.&M. University; member of
American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemists, British Chemi-
cal Society, listed in American Men of Science.
ALBERT Z. HARRIS, Assistant Professor, B.S., Texas
Western College, M.S., Ph.D., Texas A.&M. Universi-
ty; member of Phi Lambda Upsilon, Psi Chi, American
Chemical Society, listed in American Men of Science.
WILLIAM E. DAVIS,
JAMES B. BEAL, JR., Assistant Professor, B.A., Baylor Universi-
ty, M.S., Ph.D., Texas A.&M. University; member of Sigma Xi,
Phi Lambda Upsilon, American Chemical Society.
EUGENE B. SLEDGE, Chairman-Associate Professor, B.S., M.S., Auburn
University, Ph.D., University of Florida; member of Phi Sigma, Pi Delta Phi,
Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Xi, American Ornithologists Union, Alabama Acade-
my of Science, Alabama Ornithological Society, Alabama Archaeological So-
RICHARD D. CALDWELL, Associate Professor. B.S., Millsaps College, M.S.,
Ph.D., University of Alabama; member of Theta Nu Sigma, Sigma Xi. has publi-
cations in several scientific journals.
JAN EAGLES, Assistant Professor, B.S., Samford University,
M.S., Ph.D., University of Alabama.
HENRY F. TURNER, Professor, B.S., M.S., Auburn University, Ph.D., Iowa Stale Uni-
versity; is a member of Blue Key, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Kappa Tau,
Gamma Sigma Delta, recipient of the McBride Scholarship.
KARL PERKINS, Director of Education Television Studio.
PHILIP G. BEASLEY, Associate Professor, B.S., Wash-
ngton University, M.S., Ph.D., Auburn University; mem-
Der of Gamma Sigma Delta, Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Xi, Phi
CHARLES DUCKETT, Assistant Professor, B.S., Alab;
lege, M.A., expected from Samford in August, 1971.
JAMES F. L. CONNELL, Professor of Geology and Grand Marshall, B.S., Louisiana
State University, M.S., Ph.D., University of Oklahoma; member of Yorkshire Geologi-
cal Society, Sigma Xi, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Alabama Academy of Science, listed in
American Men of Science, Leader in Science, Dictionary of International Biography,
Who's Who in the Southeast.
Speech and Hearing Clinic
FAYE M. CHURCHILL, Instructor, B.S., Alabama College, M.A., -Auburn University; re-
cipient of Edgar S. Allen Fellowship, member of Kappa Delta Phi anil Zeta Phi Eta.
JUDITH COPELAND. Instructor, Speech
and Hearing Clinic.
MARY B. BENSBERG. Staff Clinician, Speech and Hearing Clini
FRANK C. J. McGURK, Professor, B.S., M.A., University of Pennsylva-
nia, Ph.D.. Catholic University of America, member of Sigma Xi, Ameri-
can Psychological Association, Director of American Institute of Medical
WILLIAM F. WALLACE, Instructor, B.A., Mississip-
pi College, M.A., University of Alaliama.
MILTON RAY MAYFIELD, Chairman, Assistant Professor, A.B., Birmingham Southern College,
M.A., University of Alahama; member of Phi Sigma Iota, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Delta Phi. recip-
ient of NDEA and Fulbrighl Grants.
JOSEPH F. DiORIO, II, Associate Professor, A.B., Dickinson College, M.A..
RICHARD W. THAMES, Assistant Professor, A.B., University of Alahama,
M.A., Mississippi State University; member of Delta Phi Alpha, recipient of
NDEA and Fulbright grants.
ROBERT JAMES HARRIS, Assistant Professor, B.A., Carroll College, B.S., M.A.,
University of Alabama; member of Phi Delta Kappa, American Association of
Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
CHARLES E. MAJURE, Assistant Professor, A.B., Millsaps College, M.A..
Emory University; member of Pi Delta Phi, Phi Sigma lota.
WARREN B. McCLANAHAN, Associate Professor, B.A., Alabama College,
M.A., Ph.D., Louisiana State University; member of Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi
Delta Phi, Delta Theta Pi, Eta Sigma Phi, Phi Sigma Iota, Phi Beta Kappa
Faculty Award and NSF Fellowship.
SALLY J. RIGSBY, Instructor, B.S.E., Henderson State Teachers
College, M.A., University of Arkansas; member of Pi Kappa
Delta, Theta Alpha Phi, Speech Association of America, listed in
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
LAURA F. WRIGHT, Chairman-Professor, B.A., Col-
lege of St. Teresa, M.A., Marquette University, Ph.D.,
University of Wisconsin.
WILLIAM DANNFNBFRG. Assistant Professor of Speech.
W. T. CHICHESTER, Associate Professor, A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina; Rock-
efeller Fellowship in Playwriling, listed in Directory of American Scholars, honored in
Playwriting, member of Speech Association of America, American National Theatre and
Academy, Alabama Writers Conclave.
Not Pictured: MARY W. HARBOUR, Instructor
CHARLES HARBOUR, Associate Professor, A.B., Mi
saps College, M.A., Ph.D., Emory University.
JOHN STEWART, Chairman-Professor, B.M.E., M.M.E., Louisiana
State University, Ed.D., Florida State University; Who's Who in College
and University Administration.
ARTHUR WOLFF, Assistant Proles
Not Pictured: MADELYN PARSONS, Instructor
ROBERT H. COWAN, Associate Professor, B.S.. M.S.. Julliard School of Music,
D.M.A., Eastman School of Music, L.R.A.M., Royal Academy of Music, London.
THEODORE PR1CHETT, Assistant Professor, A.B., Birmingham Southern
College, M.M.E., Florida State University.
PETER NAGY-FARKAS, Assistant Professor, B.M.E., Subotica, Yu-
goslavia, M.M., Tacoma, Washington, Diploma from Schola Can-
OAN COWAN, Assistant Professor, B.M., Oberlin Conservatory of
ilusic, L.R.A.M., Royal Academy of Music; Best Duo-pianists, 1965,
ill American Press Association Award, Outstanding Young Women
if America, 1966.
BETTY LOUISE LUMBY, Professor, B.M., Detroit Institute of Musical Art, B.M., Univer
sity of Detroit, M.M.. University of Detroit, D.S.M., Union Theological Seminary; membei
of A. CO., Phi Kappa Lambda, Fulbright Scholar.
JOHN C. OWEN, Instructor, B.F.A., University of Florida.
BRUCE TOLBERT, Associate Professor, B.A., M.F.A., Ohio University.
LOUIS SPENCER SHAW. Instructor.
[INE DAVIS, Professor of Music, B.M., Alabama College, M.M.. Eastman
ol of Music, M.A., University of Michigan, Ed.D., Columbia University.
BENNIE MIDDAUGH, Associate Professor, B.M., North Texas State Uni-
versity, M.M., Michigan State University, D.M., Florida State University;
winner of National Federation of Music Clubs Young Artist Award, Carnegie
Hall recital, American Guild of Musical Artists Award.
Instructor of Music
REBECCA PATE, Chairman-Professor, B.S., Auburn
University, M.S., Ph.D., Iowa State University; mem-
ber of Omirron Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi,
Phi Omicron Upsilon.
JOHNNIE C. CARLISLE, Assistant Professor, B.S., Alabama College, M.S.,
Columbia University; recipienl of a National Teaching Fellowship grant for
ELEANOR C. JOHNSON, Associate Professor, B.S., M.S., Universi
ty of Minnesota; member of Kappa Delta Pi, Delta Kappa Gamma
Phi Lambda Theta. membership awarded bv the South Dakota Futur
Homemakers of America.
E1THEL ROSE, Professor of Vocational Home Eco-
Not Pictured: AVALINE P. CHILDERS, Assistant Professor,
B.S., Alabama College, M.A., University of Alabama.
MARVOLIN STEPHENS, Instructor, B.S., Alabama College,
M.A.T., Alabama College; member of Omicron Nu, Kappa Delta
KATHRYN S. TURNER, Assistant Professor and Director of
Nursery School, B.S., Oklahoma State University, M.S., Iowa
MABEL M. OWSLEY, Assistant Professor.
SARA NELL LIGHTSEY. Associate Professor, B.S., Alabama
College, M.A., University of Alahama; member of Alabama
Home Economics Association, past state Parliamentarian,
past advisor for two years of Student Religious Association on
DANIEL T. MACMILLAN, Professor-Chairman, B.S., Georgia Institute
of Technology, M.S., Emory University, Ph.D., University of North Da-
kota; memher of Sigma Xi, Sigma Pi Sigma, American Physical Society,
American Mathematical Society, listed in Who's Who in America, Who's
Who in American Education.
MIGUEL A. GUITART, Professor, B.S., Institute of Santiago dc
Cuba, Ph.D., University of Havana; attained Highest honors as
J. WILLIAM FOREMAN, JR.. Professor, B.S., Purdue University, M.A. Co-
lumbia University, Ph.D., Purdue University; member of Sigma Pi Sigma,
Sigma Xi, American Physical Society, Optical Society of America, and
American Association of Physics Teachers.
TWA1-HYUNG KWON, Assistant Professor, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University
of Georgia; member of Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa,
Sigma Xi, American Physical Society.
ANGELA HERNAN-DEZ, Professor, B.S., Institute of Vedado,
Ph.D., University of Havana; member of AAUW, sponsor of
Lambda Sigma Pi, and Alpha Zeta Gamma.
PATSY W. THOMLEY, Instructor, B.S., Auburn University, M.A., Samford
University; member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon. Phi Kappa Phi.
FRED C. BLACKMON, Associate Professor, B.S., University of Michigan,
M.Ed.. Alabama College.
JOSEPH CARDONE, Associate Professor, B.S., Birmingham Southern Col-
lege, M.A.. Auburn University; member of Phi Mu Epsilon and American
JOHN F. SUTTLE, Assistant Professor, B.S., Auburn University.
PAUL R. ANDRES, JR., Instructor, B.A., M.A., Auburn Univer
JOHN B. LOT!', Chairman-Professor, B.A., Millsaps College,
M.A., Ph.D., Vanderbilt University.
ANNE MALONE, Assistant Professo
jARAH PURYEAR, Associate Professor, A.B., Vanderbilt University, M.A., Peabody Col-
CHARLOTTE D. BLACKMON, Assistant Professor, A.B., Alabama College,
M.A., University of Alabama.
A 0. GOLSON, Professor, A.B., Huntingdon College, M.A., Ph.D., Uni-
sity of Chicago.
JANET YOUELL, Assistant Professor, B.A., Howard College,
Cum Laude, M.A., University of Alabama.
SARA PALMER, Assistant Professor.
WILLIAM S. COBB, Assistant Professor, B.A., Livingston State
College, M.A., Vanderbilt University.
ELIZABETH H. RODGERS. Assistant Professor, B.A., Salem College, M.A.
Emorv University; member of Sigma Tau Delta, Oslo Scholar, listed in Who';
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities.
MILTON J. FOLEY, Associate Professor of English.
JOYCE FULLER, Instructor, A.B., University of Georgia,
M.A.T.. Vanderbilt University; member of Phi Beta Kappa.
SANDRA LOTT, Assistant Professor of
LUCILLE GRIFFITH, Chairman-Professor, A.B., Belhaven Col-
lege, M.A., Tulane University, Ph.D., Brown University; member
of Phi Alpha Theta, AAUW. 'several publications including Histo-
ry of Alabama College.
0. J. CARSON, Assistant Professor, B.S., M.A.. Louisiana Slate University.
ROY LECHTRECK, Assistant Professor. B.S., M.A., St. Louis Uni
versify, Research Fellowship at St. Louis University.
VILLIAM KING, Assistant Professor, B.A., St. Mary's College, M.A., Notre
lame Seminary, M.S.W., Tulane University.
REUBEN A. TRIPLET!, Associate Professor, B.S., M.A., Missis-
sippi State University; member of Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha
ESSEE J. JACKSON, Associate Professor, A.B., University of Tampa, M.A., Flori-
la State University, NDEA Fellow; member of Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Tau Delta,
'i Delta Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Southern Historical Association.
SHIRLEY JACKSON, Associate Professor, B.S.. M.A., and Ph.D., Univer
ty of Florida.
ARTHUR C. CONYERS, JR., Instructor, A.B., Birminghan
Southern College M.S.W., Tulane University; member of Acade
mv of Certified Social Workers.
MURRAY FLYNN, Associate Professor, B.A.. University of Kansas,
M.A., University of Texas; member of American Association of Uni-
versity Professors, Southern Economics Association, Phi Beta Kappa,
Eta Sigma Phi.
JUSTIN FULLER, Associate Professor, B.S., Georgia Tech, M.A., Emory
University, Ph.D., University of North Carolina; member of Phi Alpha
Theta, Alabama Historical Society, Southern Historical Society, recipient of
Fellowships and research grants.
VIRGINIA R. JONES,
Associate Professor of
CHARLES AINSWORTH, Assistant Professor, B.A., M.A., Northwestern
State; member of Alpha Beta Alpha.
)HN M. ALLGOOD, Assistant Professor.
BESSEE T. TERRY, Associate Professor, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., University of
Alabama; member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Thcta, Kappa Delta Pi,
Mortar Board, Zeta Phi Eta, Eta Sigma Phi, Southern Historical Association,
Alabama Historical Association, Academy of Political Science.
(Right) JULIA ROTENBERRY. Assistant Librarian,
B.A., Alabama College, B.S., University of North Caro-
(Left) MARY FRANDES TIPTON, B.A.. Alabama
College, M.S., Florida State University.
JEAN EDWARDS, General Assistant.
LOIS VAN ELLS, Reference Librarian, B.S., Wisconsin State University, M.S., Our Lad;
of the Lake College.
ELLEN CORBETT, General Assistant.
-IARLES D. KING, Supervisor of Faculty-Slurlent Seniees, Photographe
JOHN WALLER, Photographer.
RONALD ALBRIGHT, Darkr
HENDRICK VAN TUYLL, Professor,
M.A., Th.D., Stale University of Utrecht,
Pre side nl:
Chief Justice: John Wilili
Row One: Linda Marcum, Margaret Hall, Dianne Martin. Paillette Sayre, Cheryl Hughey, Jeanette Ellis, Debby Nummy.
Row Two: Paula Pierce, Beverly Bolding, Dianne Wilson, Pam Bolding, Jeanette Smith, Molly Griffin, Gavle Mullins.
Barbara Ann Lambert, Betty Gottler. Johnnie Swindle.
Row Three: Terry Powell, Pamela Robinson, Judy Daughlrv, Jean Bowers, Lee Nappier.
Row One: Linda Marcum, Reporter; Cheryl Hughey, Treasurer; Paulette Sayre, President; Dianne Martin. Secretary; Jeanette Ellis,
Vice-President; Margaret Hall, State Council Member.
Row One: Melissa Brown, Stephanie Brown, Boyd
Thompson, Keehle Griffin. Myra Glenn.
Row Two: Jan Eagles, Plea Jaroensaslraraks, Char-
la Spears, Karen Abney, Sandra Williams, Shar-
on Hoagland, Gerald Hodge, Thomas Kirkland,
James Tillery, Terry Edwards.
Row Three: David Rawls, James Melhvin, Rick
smu : Pp;T n H' ? TF
OFFICERS: KEEBLE GRIFFIN, Vice-President; Boyd Thompson,
President; Myra Glenn. Secretary-Treasurer.
Beta Beta Beta
Row One: Sandra Williams. Stephanie Brown. Gerald Hodge. Myra Glenn, Keehle Griffin.
Row Two: Jan Eagles, Karen Abney, Boyd Thompson, Sharon Hoagland, Thomas Kirkland.
Seated: Dr. Albert Z. Harris, Dr. William E. Davis. Dr. James B. Beal, Dr. Aris Merijanian.
Standing: Elizabeth Hamilton. James Morris, Ruth Beach, Donald Rhodes. David Rawls, Ann Harrison. Albert Kress.
Barry Hicks: President
Ruth Beach: Vice-President
Ann Harrison: Secretary
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Eta Sigma Phi
Row One: Virginia Frederick, Diane Headley.
Row Two: Murray Flynn, Paula Shivers, Elaine Wilcox. John Waller.
Not Pictured: James Tuck, Susan Vaughn, Sidney Parker. Linda Ward, Bar
bara Sloan, Debbie Brown, Lucretia De Loach, Curtis Taylor.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB
Jane Sims: Secretary
Sally Hirks: Treasurer
Sharon Allen: Publicity
Barbara Henry: President
Carol Peacock: Stale Representative Elect
.s^H^g^*' Deborah Still: Stale Representative
}W One: Rhonda Butler, Janie Panther, Anita
Wildsmith, Mary Madden, Celie Petro, San-
dra Parker, Rebecca Cline.
mi Two: Sharon Thomas, Pat Young, Peggy
Chambless, Dr. Cannon, Linda Harris, Cathy
Durham, Beverly Davis, Ellen Hopkins,
One: Carol J. Moore, Richard Dahney
n Carpenter, Maletta Knight.
Two: Horace Peters, Barliara Schnadel
ch, John T. Finlen.
Not Pictured: Beth Threadgill, Ellen Phillips.
Dr. Bessc Terry.
Row One: Steve Harmon, Mike Payne, Wes Fortner.
Row Two: Kathy Balfour, Karen Snowden, Pam Smith, Connie Meade, Dinah Clemons, Pat Shatford, Janet Gray, Becky
Roddan, Janet Lees.
Row Three: Sandra Cannon, JoAnn Beverly, Debbie Nummy, Mary Margaret McDonald, Mary Day Smith, Carol Pea-
cock, Marid Stutts, Kiki Maestrales, Mary Madden, Sally Wintter.
Not Pictured: Ann Leffel, Joyce Leichmillcr, Gail Stankard, John Brown.
Miss Hammett: Sponsor
Mary Madden: President
Sandra Cannon: Secretary
Carol Peacock: Publicity Chairman
Ann Leffel: Vice President
Above: Miss Hammett, Mary Madden, Sandra Cannon, Carol Peacock.
Our Entertainment Committee Has Brought Us
Such Groups as THE COWSILLS.
Kappa Delta Pi
low One: Chris Meadows, Celie Petro, Janice Dickinson, Mary Madden.
low Two: Charles L. Gormley, Paulette Sayre, Carol Johnson, Anita Wildsmith, Elaine Vines, Sarah Hutchinson, Nancy Washing-
ton, Sally Hicks, Paula Shivers, Dehorah Still, Donna Deaton, Barbara Attaway, Claire Vickers.
low Three: Connie Marine, Beverly Davis, Pat Young, Margaret Beal, Phillip Thomason.
Phi Alpha Mu
Ron One: David Hoit, Tyra Ingram. Lynn Bird, Steve Daniel.
Row Two: Jack Isaacks, Joy Jernigan, Dcliliy Perdue, Renee van Tuyll, Janice Allison.
Not Pictured: Beth Henderson, Virginia Cauley, Jan King, Kathi Isley, Harry McAfee, Susan Holeman, Carolyn Duncan, Mary McCullev,
Charles Kelly. Phillip MeEnlee.
Phi Alpha Theta
Row One: Carl Watts, Barbara Attaway,
Melissa Manness", Carol Johnson.
Row Two: Linda Ward, Sheila McClus-
key, Susan Vaughn, Jean Bowers.
Alpha Kappa Psi
low One: Steve Robinson, Richard Prince.
low Two: Steve Star, Mike Grainger, Steve Arledge.
Charles Eager, David Bennet, Douglas Wiggins.
Mike Gibbons, Don Tyson.
low One: Maxie Walls, Robert Barron, Freeman Elam, Angie Elam (Sweetheart). Jim Cruce, Robert Crawford, Jim Harris,
Tommy Mayfield, Steve Starr.
low Two: Danny Frederick, Paul Province. Richard Prince, David Wheeler. Furman Tonev, Don Hatcher, Frank
Armstrong, Mike Gibbons, Steve Arledge.
low Three: Don Tyson, Fred Ratliff, Charles Eagar, Seth Snellgrove, Davie Donaldson, Larry Sides, Steve Robinson, Larry
low Four: Mike Grainger, David Bennet, Douglas Wiggins.
The purpose of the Orchesis Club is to give those interested in various forms of dance a means to better devel-
op already acquired skills and to provide an opportunity to learn new forms, some of which they may not be
aware. The Orchesis Club also presents an annual program in which its members, together with the modera-
tor, organize and choreograph various dance numbers, taking into consideration such aspects as costuming,
makeup, staging, lighting, sound, etc. This gives each member valuable experience which will always be of
benefit to him.
Sponsor: Jeanette Crew.
Row One: Sydney Parker. Virginia Frederick. Janice Dickinson. Diand Headlev.
Row Two: Pat Young, Deborah Kinsey.
Not Pictured: Charily Hendrix.
Row One: Sara Morgan, Sarah Hutchinson, Lynn Chapman, Seth Snellgrove.
Row Two: Waltraud Molgedei, Shirley Ulch, Sharon Hadley, Maxie Walls. Don Hatcher, LaVondra Harding.
Row Three: Jim Harris, Fred Ratliff, Robert Crawford, David Wheeler.
Alpha Lambda Delta
Row One: Davida Johnston, Judy Boozer, Linda Ward,
Kay Brewer, Starr Rives, Curtis Taylor.
Row Two: Barbara Lynn, Retha Dunn, Sylvia Estes,
Barbara Sharp, Carlene Johnson, Janice Gregory,
Judy Calhoun, Henry White.
Linda Ward: Vice-President
Judy Boozer: Publicity
Davida Johnston: Projects
Curtis Taylor: Treasurer
Kay Brewer: President
Starr Rives: Secretary
Row One: Elizabeth Hamilton. Deborah Still, Jim Tuck, Susan Barmby, Virginia Frederick, Dr. McMillan, Dr. Hernandez.
Row Two: Michael Boackle, Carl Watts, Gene Garza, Kern Morelock, Gay Stephens, Ronnie Glover, Carol Church, Pam Ryer, Ann Harrison, Christy Gillooly.
Kappa Mu Epsilon
Dr. McMillan: Faculty Sponsor
Dr. Hernandez: Corresponding Secretary
Susan Barmby: Vice-President
Virginia Frederick: Secretary-Treasurer
Jim Tuck: President
Row One: Cheryl Hughey, Chris Meadows,
Row Two: Pauletie Savre, Jeanette Smith. Jean
Bowers. Dianne Wilson. Dianne Martin.
Sigma Delta Pi
Row One: Millie Anderson, Barbara Attaway.
Row Two: Maletta Knight, Sharon Hadley. Donna Heaton.
Not Pictured: Karen Snowden, Pat Echols, Donna Bushee, Darlene Stagner,
Row One: Starr Rives, Lou Sparks, Becky O'Kelley,
Christy Gillooly, Sharon Milton, Carol Church.
Mary Ann Henderson.
Row Two: Linda Jewell, Jane Anne Jackson, Joan
Tate, Toni Mellwain, Mary Atkins, Sylvia Kill-
ingsworth, Janice Gregory. Dell Hendricks, Gay Ste-
vens, Carol Peacock, Dr. Angela Hernandez.
Alpha Zeta Gamma
Lou Sparks: Secretary
Becky O'Kelley. Vice-President
Christy Gillooly: Pledge Master
Sharon Milton: President
Carol Church: Treasurer
Mary Ann Henderson:
Master of Rituals
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Kandy Kookino Klub
Chockolate and Kream Flower Buttercup
. " Work hard and eat a plenty, have a good time and don't leave any "
LAURA MAE BAKER Chief Kook ELLA MAYE GARDNER Kandy Maker
MATTIE ESTELLE GARNER . . . . Author of Manners SUDIE CROOK Chief Eater
CATE BULLOCK Egg Beater ELLA THOMAS Olive Fiend
"This is my 37th pro]
And now senior men can live off campus and eat rice all the time. They
find out many things: 1) It tastes good; 2) It doesn't cost very much; 3)
Even a boy can boil water; 4) You don't use a half-a-bag at a lime.
"I knew she wouldn't buy 'em.'
Ain't that a coo] sound?
German? . . . Never!!
'Reading the biography of a college student?"
"Man, this place is a drag; a real drag!'
Just Another Pretty Face?
They're sick, Mrs. Jeter!
'Kiss My Which?
For (he 800th lime, "The class pictures from Studios have not come
"Well, you all can watch for the bomb if you all want to but it's time for my coffee break!"
Make it a gift from The Heart.
so very distant past.
'Are you sure you want to go see this one?"
Critic: "But what does it have to < 1 • > with campus life?"
"You complained about cafeteria food before but now that you're married,
you'll eat my cooking and like it. Is that clear, George'.''"
Nursery School Playground
The College Lake Spillway: A slimy but cool diversion.
Not Pictured: Marion Huddleston
Students Demand Answers
It has been well over two months since the Alabamian first an-
nounced the passage of the now famous resolution to extend the
curfew for women students. The resolution still awaits approval by
the faculty committee.
Although many believe the S.GA. is often insensitive to stu-
dent desires, much of what passes for an inactive Student Govern-
ment boils down to administrative unresponsiveness' This undue pro-
crastination on the part of the faculty and administration is fooling
no one. Surely these people realize that issues raised by today's
student will not vanish as a result of their dilatory actions. When
questions go unanswered they do not go away, but they remain and
create new ones. They arise time and time again to haunt those
who are foolish enough to pretend they do not exist
Now is the time for better communications between students,
faculty, and administrators because when this curfew riddle is solved
it will awaken other, more crucial issues. And these questions will
demand immediate consideration and unambiguous answers . . .
reactions that are quite rare at Montevallo.
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The student of today does not wish to destroy society's moral
code by his reform. Indeed, the U.M. student is very conservative
in this respect. But while the student does not wish to destroy
something that belongs to someone else, he does seek the freedom
to shape what is his own. The student seeks the freedom to mold
his own character, and he wants to have the freedom to make his:
own mistakes in his endeavor.
John Carothers — Business Manager
Dr. Benjamin Middaugh not on-
ly will have the leading role in
MAN OF LA MANCHA, to be pre-
sented by Center Players at the
Jewish Community Center March
24-April 3 ... he has two leading
At the beginning he will play
the part of Miguel Cervantes, the
great Spanish novelist who wrote
"Don Quixote," and then, under
stress, he must transform himself,
right on the stage in full view of
the audience, into the character
of Cervantes' classic hero, "Don
He must not only achieve a
make-up revision necessary in
this scene with far greater rapidi-i
ty than is required of an actor in
his dressing room . . . everything!
has to be done on cue while he if
carrying on a vivacious dialogue
. . . but he must achieve an abso-
lute precise make-up. The appear-
ance of Don Quixote cannot bs
Dr. Middaugh is Assistant -Pro-
fessor of Music at Montevallci
University and has appeared in,
many Birmingham Civic Opera
Frank Cruz and Deloras Myers!
also have principal roles in La
Erica Burquist — Associate Editor
The Foibles Of Green Liquid
And The Madison Ave. Gang
S.G.A. Demands Reasonable
Women's liberation is proving to be a popular topic among fe-
nale writers on the Alabamian staff this year. Finally it seems that
somen have realized that they too are people — citizens who can
lemand equal rights in society and on the university campus. The
separate regulations for men and women that have existed in many
colleges across the country are beginning to change. On the U.M.
:ampus women have just recently been granted more liberal dress
ind "sign out" regulations. Still most women believe that further
ihange is not only needed but inevitable.
Just recently the Student Senate passed a bill that would allow
vomen students to stay out an hour later each night of the week.
X course, this does not necessarily mean that the bill will become
iffective any time soon. The final verdict will come from a faculty
ommittee and the president of the University.
But the Student Government has acted — and has acted- respon-
ibly. During a time when students have closed down over 200
ither colleges, Montevallo students have continued to work through
he system that their fellow students in other areas have abandon-
d. The S.G.A. at Montevallo has been responsive to the needs and
/ishes of the great majority of students, but for the system to work
ffectively both sides must be responsive to the changing attitudes
i our society. This is especially true here at U.M. because the stu-
ent demands are not radical, or unreasonable.
Religious Group Gets Funds Back
The Student Religious Association is back in business. After
eing denied its funds by the Student Government Association's
xecutive Council last year, the S.R.A. was thought to be out of
peration. University sponsored religion was temporarily dead at
.M. The $400 that once sat idle, or was spent on the entertain-
lent of a small handful of students was now free to disburse on
ore popular S.G.A. functions. The Social Fund could have used
le money to the benefit of all the students, or the Tower might
ave had enough money to cover the cost of its printing.
But the S.R.A. got its money back — all its money back, even
Iter its president announced in an address to the Student Senate
st year that about half the previously allocated amount would
l sufficient to cover her expenses. But someone in Palmer came
? with the cash even after it was voted down by the Student
overnment. It is surprising that the tuition paid by students, and
e funds granted Mbntevallo by the great state of Alabama are
i great that there is enough to support this miniature band of
"In the Heart of Alabama"
UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO, Montevallo, Alabama
Published bi-monthly by the Student Government Association of University
Montevallo except during examination periods and other conflicting times. The
unions expressed In editorials and columns reflect the '"
i. ._« an( j are n0 ^ necessar ji y th e views of the Un
cond-class material at the post offii
Act of Congress, approved October 22, 1931.
ption Rate: $2.50 per year.
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spondence to The Alabambian. University of Montevallo,
National Educational Advertising Se
In the intermedia of a television
program a white dove comes
swooping through a window and
magically turns into a bottle of
dishwashing liquid while three
women at a beauty shop croon
over a woman's hand immersed
in a vile green liquid and a tiger
converses with a youngster about
his breakfast cereal.
If you have never heard of these
dramatic incidents, it means only
that you are not an addict of tele-
vision and thus have been spared
severe assaults on your intelli-
gence. On the other hand, you
may see commercials and never
find anything wrong with them,
may conceive them as brilliantly
witty, as they often are, and a
necessity for the support the mas-
sive television system as a free
So what is really wrong with
commercials? Are not some of
them rib-tickling funny? Don't
they introduce new products and
tell you which is best? Doesn't it
support the competitive American
system? Don't they provide an
interruption in continual program-
ming, furnishing a snack break,
for a beer or sandwich?
Certainly commercials do all
this but don't they also stereotype
individuals, breed discontent and
envy of what is not obtainable and
and in the devaluation of lang-
uage? Advertising, with its con-
stant use of superlatives, has suc-
ceeded in devaluing language to
a point where it is a generally
accepted axiom that most of the
words seen displayed on bill-
boards or in the colored pages of
magazines, are as meaningless as
the jingle of television commer-
Daytime commercials aimed at
women are beamed at them by a
soft, gentle and seductive male
voice. It is male because it is
aimed at all the housewives at
home all day with the cooking,
ironing and cleaning. Commercials
reinforce the assumption that wo-
men's only valid purpose is of
wife and mother and servant of
man; the inevitable sequel to her
earlier function as sex object.
The Women's Liberation Move-
ment shows an indignation for this
propaganda as these women re-
cognize that this is an archaic
and demeaning concept and they
are urging women to grow into in-
dividual human beings with a wide
option of lives to live while con-
versely the sellers of the nation
are bent upon reinforcing the old
pattern. By beaming their mes-
sage to the poorer purchaser they
have her justify her position as a
Why do promoters coincide their
products with the sell-out of hu-
man dreams and dignity? Why
do they confront us with dolts and
narcissists? How do they know so
much about quirks and ailments
and so little about real needs? Do
these promoters not relize the
power they have in forming atti-
tudes and manners or must they
address themselves only to the
lowest common denominator of
Commercials also reduce the
attention span of a people whose
concentration is already so frag-
mented. In an average daytime
television serial there may be as
many as 10 commercials in thirty
minutes. Advertising is also heavy
during the evenings; there is
something obscene about a laxa-
tive commercial coming between
a death count of soldiers in Viet-
nam and a death count of the vic-
tims of the latest airplane crash.
Enormous amounts of time, tal-
ent and money go into commer-
cials but these advertisers must
realize their potential power as
social influencers and strive not
only to entertain while selling
their wares but must undertake to
enlarge the public consciousness
and human statue. Americans.;
Here's to the origin of College Night
To all who make our College Night;
The faculty, officers, and students
We have always known that we loved you,
But as yet have never told you.
So here's to you all, tonight, good friends,
And I come to you with Green and White
And drink to you, love and loyalty.
In the name of Class '19.
Mattie Lee Snuggs.
Class of 1919
THE 1971 COLLEGE NIGHT
GOLD VICTORY . . .
AND IS DEDICATED TO
Mrs. Charlotte D. Blackmon
THE BOYS IN
OPEN THE BOUTIQUE.
MY CHAPS ARE
n6 Steve Lawrence and Susan Cook
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Charles Kelly and Linda Baltzell '"
1st Row: Tim Hall, Jim Clark, Ed Tulley, Rick Place, Denny Skellie, Virgil Luger, Earl Good, Dennis Hargrow, Robbie Tibbs, Wayne Posey,
Terry Fisher. 2nd Row: Rick Cairns, Frank Costanzo, Pete Stover, Glen Paul, David Spivey, Jell West, Kent Feenker, Terry Vinson, Jim Tuck-
er, Roy Goggins, Rick Chastain, Mark Tisdalc, Joe Newton, Kenny McDowell. Jimmy Lawley.
1st Row: George Walker, Ben Anderson, Jim Clark, Carey Picket, Ronnie McDonough. 2nd Row: Pete Stov
Lovell. Not Pictured: Eddie Johnson, Jim Tucker, Don Scarborough, Larry Martin, Buzzy Ellis.
Rick Cairns, Jeff West, Tommy
1st Row: John Wible, Bill Elliott, Jimmy Fielder, Johnny Walker, Wayne Lucas, Doug Harris, Tommy Mayfield, Otey Crisman, Butch Davis,
Sam Talamino, Mike Ford, Donnie Kennedy, Charlie Faulkner. 2nd Row: Doug McCay, J. K. McKinley. Philip King, Boh Larsen, John Sta-
pleton, Don Lynch, Pat Buckner, Jan Kizziah, Ed Prostoff, Ronnie Griffin, David Kirk,' Joel Ellis, John Calloway, Eddie Beckman, Mike Roh-
erson, Kneeland Wright.
1st Row: Tommy Worley, Mike Jones, Frank Thomas, Danny Wyatt, Ronnie Griffin. 2nd Ro
Cummings, Johnny Williams, Doug Erwin, Bailey Santa Cruz.
Doug McCay, Jim Bu
John Berry, Rick
1st Row: Steve Lawrence, Susan "Cookie" Cook. 2nd Row: Phyllis Springfield, Stan Powell, Bob Zagrapan. Eric Olson, Ron Joullian, Tom
Milne, Jimmy Gordy, Norma Henderson. 3rd Row: Sally Hicks, Marie Fielder, Libby Hall, Mary Linda Summerville, Ann Barnetl. Tinka Zol-
czynski, Sally Lovejoy, Barbara Sloan, Judy Germeck, Becky White, Elaine Wilcox, Cindy Taylor.
Front: Ann Barnetl. 1st Row: Debbie Spann, Vicky Ward, Pal Watford, Shirley Helms, Jane Bryant, Mary Margaret McDonald, Cathy Craw-
ford, Gilda Lyon. 2nd Row: Debbie Nummy, Jenell Griffith, Mary Van Antwerp. 3rd Row: Tommy Wilson, Judy Furman, Rozlvn Outlaw,
Libby Chapman, Renee Bohorfoush, Carol Peacock, Sharon Allen, Mary Madden, Robert Hodges.
si Row: Elizabeth Teague, Ron Wilder, Linda Baltzell, Barbara Henry, Charles Kelly, Clannv Phillips. 2nd Row: Jo Willis, Anna Klumpp,
lathy Crawford, Natalie Ashenfelter, Debbie Weaver, Lynn Bird, Jack Isaacks. 3rd Row: Ken Boyd, Doug MrCay, John Callaway, Cheryl
'rince, Walter Hendricks, Terry Dennis, Sharon Kerlin. Not Pictured: John Gary Ellis, Jack Bergstresser.
Kneeling: Jeanie Andrews, Carol Gamble, Karon Dewilt, Jane Shafer. 2nd Row: Butch Davis, J. K. McKinley, Marty Crawford, Donnie Fo
man, Janeen Walters, Patli Pennington.
1st Rou-: Dilcv Windham, Jane Hammond. Ju.lv Thomas. Jan Thomason, Marsha Rogers, Ann Mitchell, Dell Hendricks, Jane Anne Jackson. Palli Fergu-
son, Kathi Isley. 2nd Row: Gary Wilemon, Joe Sands, Tom Porter, John Hard, Mike Koon, Sid Williams, Stan Powell, Tom Milne, Charlie Bethany, Mike
Davis, Ronnie Glover. 3rd Row: Hooper Mcintosh, Dru Minion, Kathy McCanless, Becky O'Kelly, Norma Henderson, Jane Ellen Mitchell, Eleanor Elli-
son, Mary McCulley, Lana Hamilton. Melanie Hawkins. 4lh Row: Diane Lawrence, Phillip Butler, Sally Lovejoy, Marvin Ginn, Clark Eiland, Renee Van
Tuyll, Myrna Gunn, Ann Pearson, Sheila Matthews, Glinda Ogle, Debbie Webb, Daris Cook, Danny Saxon. Not Pictured: Denny Skellie, Mike Davis.
Front: Darlene Stagner. 2nd Row: Debbie Spann. Faye Thorn, Gilda Lyon
3rd Row. Bottom: Karen Snowden, Ann Lcffel, Mary Linda Summervillc
Top: Judy Nordan, Judy Furman.
Sitting: Sally Winder. Debbie Pukl, Susan Hamlin, Pegg) Rudolph, Nida Threet, Ron Wilder, Sheila Chaffin, Katie Henning, Jane McKinnon, Diana
Durham, Pally Anderson. Brenda Smith. 2nd Row: Molly Goer, Fara Payne, Linda Harris, Mary Dryden. .lane Adams, Saijee Ryals, Suzy Wade. Suzanne
Lowry, Georgann Oliver, Debbie Yeager, Mary MeCay, Gary Morrison. 3rd Row: Kermit Jones, Doug Perry, Jerry Bailey. Tommy Clement, Tommy Rus-
sell, Phil Rose, Allen Gillespie, Bill Elliott. 4th Row: Marco Bonilla, Sieve Harmon, Gordon Welch, Sue Ellen Germany,' Yonnie turner. Prissy Manning,
Tim Tingle, Susan Dollahite, June Hughes. Mar) Harrison, Carolyn Murphree, Diane Lawler, John Calloway, John Wible. 5lh Row: Mike Payne. Butch
Davis, Jeff McGhee, Gary Spencer, Kneeland Wright. Not Pictured: Kathy Winner.
1st Ron: Tommy King. Waller Hendricks, David Kirk
Ruben Bonilla. Ran.lv Wheallon. 2nd Row: Claude 1
Gibbs, Suzanne McRae, Janet Lees, Jean Knoll, Sharon
Pederson, Pete Moore. Jeanic Andrews, Debbie Still.
I! I ,
A WINNING SHOW
COLLEGE NIGHT WINNERS
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SENIOR BEAUTY CANDIDATES
Annually presented. Elite Night, is an opportunity to
honor beauty, scholarship and leadership as exempli-
fied by university students. Presented at this year's
event were forty beauties, consisting of ten represent-
atives from each class, Senior Elite, Who's Who
Among Students in American Colleges and Universi.
ties, and candidates for class favorites and Mr. and
Miss University of Montevallo.
Row One: Mike Murphy, Anna Klumpp, Debby Still, Ronnie Glover, Patty Mickwee, Lonnie Edwards
Row Two: Tommy King, Jade King.
FIFTEEN BEAUTY FINALISTS
Row One: Suzanne McRae, Janis Rooney, Maureen MeDonalrl, Delira Miles, Belh Anthony, Martha Johnson, Parn Whooten, Linda Baltzcll.
Row Two: Janis Mackin, Mary Linda Summerville, Dickie Lucy, Jo Ann Beverly, Carolyn McDonald, Kathy Lindsey, Suzanne Aiken.
SIX BEAUTIES OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO
Left to Right: Kathy Lindsey, Suzanne McRae, Man Linda Summerville, Martha Johnson, Janice Rooney, Carolyn McDonald.
Miss Carolyn McDonald
Miss Mary Linda Summerville
Miss Kathy Lindsey
Miss Martha Johnson
Miss Janis Rooney
Mr. and Miss University of Montevallo
Miss Sydney Parker and Mr. Steve Butler
WHO'S WHO IN
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Mary Linda Summerville
Ola Mae Thomas
Business — Lynn Chapman
Education — Mary Madden
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English — Virginia
Education — Jeanne Knowles
Foreign Languages — Marsha McLeod
Physical Education — Eddie Johnson
Music — Beth Hendersor
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146 Speech — Teresa Causey
Speech Correction — Marty Alfano
Dancey Lecture Series
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The Classics IV
IETHA DEAL WYNOT. ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR
V.B. Degree, 1941
Sociology anil Psychology
Ars. Wynot has partaken in many activities of which she should he
Speakers Bureau of the Alabama Mental Health Association, Chair-
man of the Etowah County March of Dimes, Advisor to the Youth
)ouncil, Gadsden Recreational Director, Sunday School Teacher,
)istrict Four TB Hospital 1950-1960, Director of Women's Activities
f the Democratic Party, 5th District, President of the Gadsden Edu-
ation Association 1960-1961, President of Alabama Classroom
'eachers Association 1961-1962, Member of the Advisory Council to
Iniversity of Alabama Dean of Education 1964, Educational Consul-
int for Human Engineering Institute, Legislative Committee of the
EA 1968 to the present. Elected to Alabama Legislature and serv-
lg as only woman in Legislature 1971-1974. Delta Kappa Gamma,
iappa Delta Pi, serving Gadsden Schools since 1941, 1965 Guid-
nce Coordinator and Psychometrisl. Master's Degree from the Uni-
ersity of Alabama.
THE SACRED CROOK
\t that time,
om a "lowk
Crook Week was initiated in the 1920's shortly after the school became a four-year coll
there was a marked difference between the privileges of the various classes . . . The transit
junior" to an "exalted senior" was very marked in the minds of the students themselves. Crook Week was
"thought up" by some of the seniors and young faculty women as a kind of initiation or induction into the
senior class. It was a kind of hazing, or "hell week," used when "juniors reached the point in their college ca-
reers when it seemed fitting to assume the weighty role of seniors." To do so, they must find the crook.
The crook is a limb of a tree. Reportedly, the mother tree was a cherry. It looks as if it had been "yanked"
from any convenient tree or taken from a brush pile. When students, alter bearing about the crook and the
importance of finding it, finally see it, their reaction is almost invariably, "is that the crook?" Actually the
senior who chose it had a carpenter cut it from a tree and strip it of foliage. In recent years it has been given
a coat of varnish and, in spite of numerous attempts to steal it . . . the crook remains a treasured relic of the
college, honored with a glass case and housed normally in Tutwiler Hall, the senior women's resilience Hall.
It is to be stored in the museum when the college acquires one.*
*This account of Crook Week was taken, with permission, from Alabama
College 18961969. Several other items of reference were also to be found in
this book that were taken from Alabama College 1896-1969. We wish to
thank Dr. Lucille Griffith, the author, for permission to use her book as a
reference for the Montage 1971.
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ALPHA THETA PI
Mary Summerville — President
Chris Meadows — Secretary
Pam Rver — Treasurer
Myra Glenn — Chaplain
Virginia Cauley — Parliamentarian
Barbara Murphy — Points Mistress
Joyce Teichmiller — Rush Chairman
Mary Johnson — Social Co-Chairman
Mary Sokoloski — Social Chairman
Jane Hammond — Historian
OMEGA TAU OMEGA
President — Linda Baltzel]
Vice-President — Carol Gamble
Recording Secretary — Jane Shaffer
Corresponding Secretary — Deanne Summerford
Treasurer — Beverly Wilson
Social Chairman — Ann Horn
Master — Tern Dennis
PHI KAPPA LAMBDA
President — Margaret Hanby
Vice-President — Claire Vickers
Secretary — Cheryl Prince
Treasurer — Marsha Rogers
Pledge Master — Kathy Crawford
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CHI ALPHA TAU
Seated: Brent Puckett, Ronnie Griffin, Stan Powell, Joe Godwin, Walter Hendricks.
Standing: Harry McAfee, John Callaway, Marco Bonillo, John Carothers, Beth Anthony, Doug Trotter, Craig Gravlee, Phil Rose, David Little, Rick
White, Phillis Windle, Dr. Albert Z. Harris, Berry Denham, Charles Kelly, Otey Crisman.
Not Pictured: Roger Powell, Fred Holbein, Ben Rountree, Steve Campbell, Mike Burgan, Jim Brush.
President — John Callaway
Vice-President — John Carothei
Secretary — Walter Hendricks
Treasurer — Berrv Denham
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F(>s( fiow: James Lawshe, Mike Mooney, Jimmy Coleman. John Lavender, Brian Doyle, John Doggett, Joe Newton.
Second Row: Glenn Cannon, Gergie Kampakis, Leslie Sully, Tommy Martin, Dale Swanson, Mike Payne, John Young, Jim King, Kenny McDowell, Gle
Paul, Clint Clark, James Hampton, John Gary Ellis.
President — Leslie Sully
Vice-President — John Doggett
Secretary — Jimmy Coleman
Treasurer — Glen Paul
Alumni Director — J. G. Ellis
Rush Chairman — J. G. Ellis
Pledge Counselor — Kenny McDowell
PI KAPPA PHI
— Charlie Egar
— Mike Bennett
- Allen Thomas
— Jimmy Parker
— Paul Barton
First Row: Charlie Runnels, Denny Skellie, Bruce Akins, Ronnie Horton, Kenny Skellie. Tim Hall.
Second Row: Jim Methvin, Frank Contanzo, Terry Vinson, Philip Wright, Robert Yeager.
First Row Standing: Jim Tucker, Reuben Tropeltt, Jim Lawlcy, Bobby Rushing, Steve Butler. Mike Mullis, Jim Caldwell.
Second Row Standing: Jim Clark, Riek Cairns, James Hobbs.
Third Row Standing: Jeff West, Tom Lovell.
Seated on Light: Jerry Shaw.
— Tom Lovell
dent — Jim Clark
— Robert Yeager
— Bobby Rushing
ding Secretary — Jim Methvin
ister — Jimmv Lavvley
Social Chairman — Denny Skelly
Chairman — Jim Tucker
— Ronnie Horton
— Steve Butler
- Mr. Reuben Triplet!
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THETA SIGMA CHI
Phillip Maye -
Buddy Long —
Andy King —
Bob Pollard -
David Kirk —
Eddie Clark —
Donnie Kennedy — Social Chairman
Robert Richardson — Sergeant at Arms j
— Sergeant at Arms
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Overall Tennis Record:
13 wins, 1 loss.
Alabama Collegiate Conference Champions.
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
District 27 Champions.
Represented National Association of Intercollegiate
Athletics in National Tournament in
Kansas City, Missouri, as District 27 Champions
Most Valuable Player: Mike Lewanski.
Undefeated Players: In Singles — Al O'Brien.
Undefeated Players: In Doubles — O'Brien-Lewanski Dc
'I must say, that was a ver) well-placed shot, friend.
'Ami now an attempt at a 214-foot putt lor .1 bogie — 14.'
'That was m\ ball vou just picked u|>!"
UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO GOLF RECORD
12 Wins 8 Losses
Most Valuable Player for 69-70 Season
Jim Th reel
UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO BASEBALL 1969-1970
Total Baseball Record for Season
8 Wins 14 Losses
Most Valuable Plavei
All Alabama Collegiate Conference
All Alabama Collegiate Confereni
All Alabama Collegiate Tournament
made percentage point;
Florence State University
Jacksonville State University
St. Bernard College
Florence State University
Jacksonville State University
Troy State University
St. Bernard College
Troy State University
"THE MAN WITH ALL THE RECORDS"
Most points in a two-year career —
1012 by JAMES HOBBS 1969-71.
Most points in a single season —
517 by JAMES HOBBS 1970-71.
Highest field goal percentage for a career —
59.1% by JAMES HOBBS 1969-7J.
Most rebounds in two-year career —
563 by JAMES HOBBS 1969-71.
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TOTAL SEASONAL RECORD
18 — 9
New Team Records . . .
Highest Field goal percentage for one season
Most games won in a single season —
CLASS OF 1910
Paula Card en
Willie T. Cleckler
R. Russell Harris
John Mack Hay
D. L. Hue)
C\ nthia Si^k
Teresa Sin i ih
Rose Marie Stutts
Marv Summen ille
Cindy Ta\ lor
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Mi H 'i
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Jo Anne Wilker
Patricia 1 oung
Senior Class Officers
President: John Carothers
Vice-President: Cind\ Taylor
Secretary-Treasurer: Erica Bn
Gena Adams, 2, Montgomery
Jane Adams, 3, Montgomery
James Agee, 1, Birmingham
Eddie Anderson, 1, Birmingham
Jean Alexander, 1, Birmingham
Donna Alford, 1, Montgomery
Sherry Albrook, 1, Selma
Joy Allen, 2, Alabaster
Sheron Allen, 3, Bessemer
Virginia Allen, 1, Lilian
Jan Allison, 1, Auburn
Keith Anderson, 3, Birmineha
Millicent Anderson, 3, Selma
Patty Anderson, 1, Birmingham
Sarah Andrews, 1, Mobile
Beth Anthory, 1, Montevallo
Brenda Argo, 3, Alabaster
Terry Arms, 2, Chesterfield, Mo.
Lee Arnold, 1, Birmingham
Arnold Askew, 1, Tuscaloosa
Gary Atchison, 3, Bessemer
Kay Atchison, 3, Birmingham
Jim Averitt, 1, Selma
Barton Avery, 1, Tuscaloosa
Larry Avery, 2, Jemison
Chris Bailey, 1, Glastonbury, Co
Jerry Bailey, 3, Bessemer
Karon Bailey, 2, Birmingham
Milton Bailey, 1, Montevallo
Nancv Baker, 2, Auburn
Kathy Balfour, 3, Huntsville
Stanley Bamberg, 1, Marion
Linda Banker, 1, Birmingham
Joy Bark, 2, Madison
Joy Barker, 3, Fairfield
Gay Barker, 3, Satellite Beach,
Dianne Barnes, 2, Birmingham
Margaret Barnes, 1, Knox, Ind.
Travis Barnes, 1, Selma
Susan Barrentine, 2, Tarrent
Beverly Barton, 3, Guin
Barbara Battey, 1, Fairhope
Lynne Baxter, 1, Fort Payne
Cindy Bean, 1, Indianapolis, Ind.
Monica Bean, 1, Hartselle
Elwyn Bearden, 1, Helena
Debbie Beck, 3, Sheffield
David Bennel, 2, Montevallo
Sharon Bennet, 1, Vinemont
Charles Bethany, 1, Annandale
Jan Birdsong, 2, Montevallo
Barbara Bishop, 3, Hazel Green
Dot Bishop. 1, Phenix City
Larrv Bishop, 3, Shawmut
Cheryl Blackerby, 2, Birmingham
Don Blackeley, 1, Birmingham
Patsv Blakclv, 1, Birmingham
Diane Blain, 2. Theodore
Rick Blevons, 1, Birmingham
Don Boatright, 2, Gardendale
Norma Boggess, 2, Hueytown
Rene Bohorfoush, 3, Birminghan
Ruben Bonilla. 1, Miami, Fla.
Neal Bonnett, 2, Montgomery
Judv Boozer, 2, Selnia
Paula Boozer. 1, Jacksonville
Elizabeth Bossman. 3, Montgomery
Joe Boswell, 2, Hueytown
Ronnie Boyd, 3, Birmingham
Freddie Bover, 3. Birmingham
Jan Bovlan, 1, Fairfield, Conn.
Patty Breland, 1, Birmingham
Sharon Bridges, 2, Montevallo
Brenda Briggs, 3, Montgomery
Diane Broadhead. 1. Birmingha
Roger Brom, 1, Gardendale
Glenda Brooks, 1, Roanoke
Becky Brown. 1. Birmingham
Debbie Brown, 3, Opelika
Mary L. Brown, 2, Sylacauga
Stephanie Brown, 3. Opelika
Teresa Bryant, 2. Birminghan 1
Larry Buchanan, 3, Guntersvi
Pat Buchner, 1, Birmingham
Steve Buchner, 1, Flat Rock
Priscilla Burgess, 3, Birmingham
Tina Burgess, 1, Calera
Beverly Bush, 3, Seale
Gary Butler, 2, Norfolk, Va.
Philip Butler, 2, Montgomery
Donna Buzby. 1. Birmingham
Janes Cain, 1, Pleasant Grove
Barbara Caldwell, 1, Vinemont
Judy Calhoun, 3, Marion
Henry Calhoun, 2, Selma
Janice Callahan, 1, Birmingham
Becky Campbell, 2, Birminghar
Sandra Cannon, 2, Montevallo
Sarah Cannon, 1, Birmingham
Mary Canlrell. 2. Birmingham
Bob Cargo, 1, Birmingham
Marvin Carnes, 1, Montevallo
Glenn Carr, 2, Huntsville
Elaine Carrigan, 1, Montgomery
Candy Carson, 1, Birmingham
Elaine Carter, 2, Montgomery
Susan Carter, 2, Tuscaloosa
Thomas Carter, 4. Clanton
Tom Casey, 1, Birmingham
Alethea Cassidy, 1, Samson
Anna Cassidy, 2, Selma
Virginia Cauley, 3, Selma
Sheila Chaffin, 3, Guin
Don Chance, 2. Selma
Joanne Chambers, 1, Bessemer
Peggy Chambless, 3, Bay Minette
Gail Cherry, 3, Birmingham
Karen Childress, 1, Roanoke, Va.
Paul Chiu, 3, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Donna Clark, 1, Birmingham
Nanette Clark, 1, New Hope
Ruth Clark, 3, Birmingham
Suzanne Clark, 2. Selma
Sherry Clary, 2, Alabaster
Tommy Clement, 1, Tuscaloosa
Dinah Clemmons, 2, Cullman
Elaine Coats, 1, Birmingham
Becky Coffee, 3, Bessemer
Cheryl Coffee, 1, Bessemer
Joyce Coffee, Montevallo
Barbara Cole, 1, Montgomery
Diane Coleman, 2, Montevallo
Donna Coleman, 1, Calera
Encelle Coleman, 2, Birmingham
Wanda Collins, 2, Thorsby
Roger Conville, 2, Birmingham
David Conway, 2, Thorsby
Diane Conway, 2, Jemison
Anita Cooley, 1, Birmingham
Anita Cooley, 2, Selma
Carol Cope, 1, Birmingham
Bonnie Corder, 2, Aliceville
Steve Cow-arts, 2, Huntsville
Sharon Cowley, 1, Pleasant Grove
Barbara Cox, 2, Birmingham
Donna Cox, 2, Boaz
Wiley Cox. 1, Birmingham
Rosemary Coyle, 3, Huntsville
Tecna Crabb, 1, Muscle Shoals
Wesley Creel, 2, Warrior
Bonita Crowe. 2. Birmingham
Betty Crumpton, 3, Randolph
Susan Cullen, 2, Birmingham
Tony Culp. 1, Anniston
Paula Culpepper. 2, Birmingham
Lynn Dabbs, 2. Hueytown
Mike Darling, 2
Susan Davidson, 3, Meridianvill
Buteh Davis, 1, Phenix City
Carol Davis, 2, Birmingham
Diane Davis, 2, Moundville
Judy Davis, 2, Huntsville
Larry Davis, 1, Hueytown
Diane Day, 2, Birmingham
Mary Jane Dees, 2, Monroev
Donna Delmarter, 3, Tibbie
Suzanne Deloach, 1, Mobile
Terry Dennis, 3, Fairhope
Judith Devaughn, 2, Prattville
Karen Dewitt, 3. Birmingham
Cindy Dickey, 3, Birmingham
Skap Dickinson, 1, Montgomery
Jan Dollar, 1. Birmingham
Carla Donald, 2, Montgomery
Peggy Donaldson, 2, Birminghan
Jane Dopp, 1, Apq, N. Y.
Mary Dorgan, 1, Mobile
Bert' Real, 1, Winter Park, Fla.
Curtis Dosch, 1, Selma
Bryan Doyle, 2, Birmingham
Judy Proper, 1, Montevallo
Kay Dumas, 1, Birmingham
Susan Dunaway, 1, Birmingham
Betty Duncan, 3, Birmingham
Randy Dunlop, 2, Holly Pond
Susan Dunlop, 2, Rockford
Dean Dunlavy, 2. Augusta, Ga.
Diana Durham, 1, Moultrie
Charles Eagar, 2, Birmingham
Brenda Earnest, 3, Hueytown
Alice Eason, 2, Montevallo
Gwen Easter, 3, Birmingham
Sandra Eatman, 2, Birmingham
Carole Edwards, 2, Montevallo
Terry Edwards, 1, Birmingham
Terry Edwards, 1, Birmingham
David Elkourie, 2, Birmingham
Bill Elliott, 2, Montgomery
John Gary Ellis, 3, Stapleton
Kate Ellison, 2, Birmingham
Nancy Elmore, 1, Birmingham
Forest Emfinger, 1, Montgomery
Larry Esco, 1, Wetumpka
Harvey Estes, 3, Montevallo
Linda Estes, 3, Montevallo
Cathy Eubanks, 3, Birminghan
Mary Evans, 2, Birmingham
Mac Fancher. 1
Cliff Farlev, 1, Birmingham
Emily Farrior, 3, Hillsboro
Denise Feagen, 2, Mobile
Butch Finley, 1, Birmingham
John Finley, 4, Birmingham
Lee Fisher, 2, Norfolk, Va.
Al Fite, 1, Hamilton
Louis Fleming, 2, Birmingham
Mike Fleming, 2, Tuscaloosa
Becky Ford, 1, Birmingham
Freddie Ford, 3, Uniontown
Mike Ford, 1, Huntsville
Don Foreman, 1, Foley
Donna Fortenberry, 1, Alabaster
Lucretia Foster, 1, Columbiana
Nida Traywick, 1, Birmingham
Derick Free, 2, Birmingham
Eddie Freeze, 3, St. Joseph, Tenn.
Nokey French, 1, Mobile
Jeff Frey, 3, Birmingham
Jane Frierson, 1, Birmingham
Mac Fulcher, Savannah, Ga.
Rheta Fuller, 1, Sprott
Terry Funderburg, 1, Birminghan
Bunny Furgeson, 1, Birmingham
Judy Furman, 1, Huntsville
Beverly Garner, 1, Bay Minette
Sara Garrett, 2, Montgomery
Mary Ann Gaston, 1, Marion
Ouida Gaston, 1, Mobile
Rick Gaut, 1, Dothan
Larry Gay, 1, Birmingham
Sue Germany, 2, Saraland
Karen Gibbs, 1, Sylacauga
Susan Gibbs, 1, Birmingham
Roln ii Gibbs, _\ Svlacauga
Mike Gilbert, 2, Selma
Wade Gilbreath, 1, Birmingham
Christie Gillooly, 3, Decatur
Rhonda Butler, 3, Montgomery
Wilson Gillespie, 3, Birmingham
June Gingrich, 3, Birmingham
June Gingrich, 3, Culman
Marvin Ginn, 1, Hueytown
Johanna Glasscock, 1, Huntsville
Myra Glenn, 3, Scottsboro
Ronnie Glover, 3, Dora
John Godwin, 1, Montgomery
Pat Goodwin, 1, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Margaret Gorum, 2, Red Level
Cindy Graham, 3, Warwick, R. 1.
Mike Granger, 1, Birmingham
Teresa Grant, 1, Georgiana
Charlotte Grayson, 1, Demopolis
Janice Gray, 2, Tuscaloosa
Joyce Greathouse, 1, Empire
Diane Green, 2, Guin
Marie Green, 1, Adamsville
Mike Greene, 1, Birmingham
Joyce Griffin, 3, Verbena
Jenell Griffith, 2, Prattville
Mary Jane Griffith, 1, Dadevil
Debbie Grimes, 1, Decatur
Butch Guier, 3, Montgomery
Myra Gunn, 2, Birmingham
Reba Gunter, 2, Montgomery
Debbie Hagler, 1, Prattville
Donna Hails, 1, Arlington Hgts.,
Lynn Harris, 1, Montgomery
Tim Hall, 3, Huntsville
Elizabeth Hamilton, 3, Birmingha
Lana Hamilton, 3, Birmingham
Susan Hamlin, 1, Birmingham
Jane Hammond, 3, Montgomery
Vicki Hammond, 1, Selma
Jimmy Hampton, 2, Maplesville
Alan Hancock, 1, Birmingham
Allison Harbin, 2, Montgomery
Paul Hardy, 3, Calera
Steve Harmon, 3, Dothan
Linda Harris, 3, Birmingham
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Doug Harris, 3, Pleasant Grove
Claudia Harrell, 2, Cherokee
Connie Harper, 3, Birmingham
Peggy Harris, 2, Dealsville
Sue Harris, 1, Birmingham
Ann Harrison, 3, Bessemer
Leslie Harrison, 1, Wilton
Mary Harrison, 3, Birmingham
Wavne Harrison, 2, Hueytown
Willard Harrison, Helena
Janice Harl, 1, Warrior
Vicky Harwell, 1, Georgiana
Marty Hawkins, 1. Mt. Olivi
Othenia Hayes, 1, Siluria
Virginia Haynie, 3, Opp
Jerry Hayes, 1, Birmingham
Martha Headley, 1, Prattvilli
Mary Niney, 1, Prattville
Lisa Heinrich, 2, Birmingham
Gwenda Henderson, 3, Sumterville
Randy Henderson, 1, Montgomery
Sherry Henden, 3, Birmingham
Dell Hendricks, 3, Birmingham
Joan Henson, 2, Trussville
Kathy Heyer, 2, Birmingham
Lynn Hinson, 2, Montgomery
Martha Hinson, 2, Birmingham
Sharon Hoagland, 3, Saginaw
Tommy Hodges, 1, Birmingham
Joy Holcomb, 3, Birmingham
Sonia Hollander, 1, Birmingham
Glenn Holley, 3, Selma
Gloria Holloway, 1, Birmingham
Anthony Holmes, 2, Hueytown
Terry Holms, 1, Huntsville
Eugene Huneycutt, 2, Sylacauga
Cindy Hood, 3, Birmingham
Beverly Hoots, 2, Huntsville
Ellen Hopkins, 1, Selma
Johnny Hougie, 2, Morris
Judy House, 2, Birmingham
Ann Howard, 2, Birmingham
Dorothy Howell, 1, Montgomery
Sarah Howell, 2, Homewood
Hawg Huddleston, 2, Talladega
David Hudson, 3, Selma
Dale Huey, 4, Hueytown
Kay Huey, 3, Hueytown
Pam Higgins, 1, Mobile
Mary Humphreys, 1, Birmingham
Kathie Isle), 3, Birmingham
Jane Ann Jackson, 3, Huntsville
Laura Jackson, 1, Foley
Paul Jackson, 1, Birmingham
Jo Jeffcoat, 3, Luverne
Paula Jenkins, 1, Bessemer
Susan Jennings, Fresno, California
Audrey Jernigan, 2, Hueytown
Joy Jernigan, 2, Montgomery
Sandy Johns, 1, Birmingham
Carol Johnson, 3, Huntsville
Donna Johnson, 2, Pelham
Larry Johnson, 2. Sylacauga
Martha Johnson, 3, Guntersville
Mary Johnson, 3, Dothan
Rhonda Johnson, 1, Selma
Cindy Joiner, 1, Montgomery
Ray Joiner, 1, Columbiana
Allyson Jones, 2, Mobile
Barbara Jones, 3, Selma
Dale Jones, 3, Birmingham
Kermit Jones, 3, Selma
Lorna Jones, 2, Birmingham
Lucy Jones, 3, Birmingham
Judy Gingles, 2, Clayton
Buckner Julian, 1, St. McClel
Kenny Justice, 2, Warrior
Andrea Kemp, 1, Montgomery
Joanne Kennedy, 2, Phenix City
Fred Kenvin, 1, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Wayne Kerlin, 1, Mobile
Sheron Kerlin, 3, Mobile
Kathy Kervvan, 3, Alexandria, Va.
Mike Kincaid, 1, Birmingham
Jade King, 1, Birmingham
Phillip King, 1, Pelham
Tommy King, 1, Birmingham
Amanda Kirby, 3, Biloxi, Miss.
Brenda Kirkland, 2, Birmingha
Robert Kirksey, 1, Adger
Patsy Kish, 1, Montevallo
Anna Klump, 2, Mobile
Jean Knott, 1, Birmingham
Jennie Knowles, 3, Montevallo
Margo Koelling, 1, Perdido Beach
Marilyn Craft, 2
Billy Lacey, 1, Hueytown
Chuck Lackey, 1, Spanish Fort
Linda Lackey, 1, Birmingham
Barbara Lambert, 3, Birmingham
Carol Lambert, 1
Susan Lamanack, 1, Fairfield
Sara Lamanack, 1, Fairfield
Anne Lane, 2, Tuscaloosa
Janice Lane, 1, Birmingham
David Langley, 1, Whistler
Lyn Lanier, 1, Birmingham
Marilyn Latham, 1, Lawley
Sara Latham, 1, Birmingham
John Lavander, 3, Eutaw
Dian Lawler, 1, Montevallo
Sharon Lawler, 2, New Market
James Lawshe, 2, Creola
Doug Lee, 3, Birmingham
Linda Lee, 1, Cullman
Vera Lee, 1, Portsmouth, Va.
Jean Lemay, 1, Sheffield
Janelle Lenoir, 1, Jemison
Linda Leonard, 3, Montevallo
Anita Lepard, 2, Birmingham
Cindy Lewis, 1, Huntsville
Sandra Lewis, 1, Birmingham
Ann Lieffel, 1, Birmingham
Bud Lilly, 3, Tallassee
William Liner, 3, Birmingham
Mike Lingo, 1, Mulga
David Little, 2, Billingsley
Rachel Lollar, 1, Montgomery
Brenda Long, 1, Albertville
Larry Lough, 2, Steele
Teresa Love, 1, Pinson
Dianne Lovell, 1, Birmingham
Henry Lucas, 1, Montevallo
Dickie Lucy, 1, Trussville
Marty Lynn, 1, Montgomery
Harry McAfee, 1, Birmingham
Marianne McAllister, 2, Birmingham
Ellen McClees, 1, Birmingham
Ann McClendon, 1, Birmingham
Nan McClendon, 2
Vince McClendon, 3, Siluria
Sheila McCluskey, 3, Decatur
Sandy McCombs, 1, Pinson
Joan McCoy, 1, Mobile
Becky McDonald, 1, Tuscaloosa
Emile McDonald, 1, McCalla
Linda McDaniel, 2, Oneata
Steve McDaniel, 1, Lipscomb
Carolyn McDonald, 2, Guin
Mary McDonald, 1, Mobile
Maureen McDonald, 3, Mobile
Patty McDougal, 2, Bessemer
Sandra McDowall, 2, Birmingham
John McEwen, 2, Birmingham
Kevin McGurk, 2, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Robert McGuffie, 1, Helena
Hooper Mcintosh, 3, Birmingham
Hank Mcjenkin, 1, Birmingham
Martha McKean, 1, Montgomery
Jane McKinnon, 1, Sylacauga
J. K. McKinley, 2, Dothan
Mac McCleod, 2, Birmingham
Ann McNaughton, 1, Birminghan
Suzanne McRae, 1, Birmingham
Janis Mackin, 3, Selma
Ronnie Maddox, 2, Jcmison
Kiki Maestrales, 2, Ft. Walton, Fla.
Kathyrn Manning, 3, Huntsville
Mike Marcum, 1, Montevallo
Charlotte Marlowe, 2, Helena
Peggy Marsh, 3, Hancock, N. Y.
Betty Martin, 1, Birmingham
Tommy Martin, 3, Vance
Cathy Mason, 1, Mobile
Karen Mason, 1, Oxford
George Massey, 2, Birmingham
Sheila Matthews, 3, Dora
June May, 1, Sawyerville
Renee May, 3, Tuscaloosa
Ginger Mayfield, 1, Birmingham
Mike Mayhall, 1, Gardendale
Carol Mayo, 2, Birmingham
Connie Meade, 3, Montgomery
Connie Meadows, 1, Decatur
Carla Meank, 2, Clanton
Sid Melton, 2, Birmingham
Debbie Menzies, 1, Sylacauga
Kent Merrill, 1, Dothan
Jim Methvin, 2, Birmingham
Colson Michaels, 2, Eutaw
Connie Michal, 1, Fairhope
Debbie Miles, 2, Mobile
David Miller, 1, Warrior
Debbie Miller, 1, Bessemer
Marie Miller, 2, Fairhope
Mary Helen Mills, 3, Moundvil
Tom Milne, 1, Montgomery
Ronnie Minor, 1, Clanton
Jane Mitchell, 1, Opelika
Linda Mitchell, 2, Greensboro
Linda Mixon, 3, Ozark
Fred Mohns, 4, Birmingham
Terry Mohns, 1, Birmingham
David Moore, 1, Birmingham
Rick Moore, 2, Kingsport, Tenn.
Cheryl Moore, 2, Luverne
Sunny Fay Moore, 3, Sterrett
Gary Morrison, 2, Birmingham
Mariellen Marrison, 3, Marion
Kathy Morrow, 3, Gadsden
Barbara Mote, 2, Calera
Mike Mullis, 3, Huntsville
Mike Maranyi, Kenrnore, N. Y.
Carolyn Murphree, 2, Mt. Olive
George Murphree, 1, Montevallo
Pal Murphree, 2, Birmingham
Barbara Murphy, 3, Montgomery
Mike Murphy, 2, Birmingham
Marty Murray, 3, Birmingham
Nannette Nabors, 1, Birminghan
Lee Nappier, 3, Union Springs
Kathy Neely, 1, Huntsville
Sonny Neill, 1, Birmingham
Teresa New dome, 1, Mobile
Carolyn Noel, 1, Prattville
Cynthia Noland, 1, Aliceville
Debby Nummy, 3, Birmingham
Dawn Nunnally, 1, Birmingham
Glinda Ogle, 3, Decatur
Eric Olsen, 3, Montevallo
Laurie Orr, 1, Montevallo
Phillip Ougdon, 1, Birmingham
Rozlyn Outlaw, 3, Bayou Labatre
Denise Owen, 1, Cullman
Susan Painter, 1, Mobile
Diane Pappas, Falls Church, Va.
Courtney Parker, 1, Montevallo
Janet Parker, 1, Towey
Lindsay Parsons, 1, Birmingham
Steve Parsons, 1, Hueytown-
Arvin Patel, 1. Mwadui Mines, Tanzani;
Jim Patterson, 2, Sheffield
Glenn Paul, 3, Birmingham
Fara Payne, 3. Montgomery
Mike Payne. 3. Montgomery
Ronnie Payne, 1, Midfield
Sandy Pederson, 3, Huntsville
Debbie Perdue, 2, Phenix City
Carolyn Perry, 2, Birmingham
Doug Perry, 1, Moundville
Judy Perry, 1, Birmingham
Horace Peters, 3, Deatsville
Vance Pickron. 1, Siluria
Pat Pilkerton, 1, Fairfield
Barbara Pitts, 1, Pell City
John Pitts, 1, Mobile
Judy Plott, 1, Birmingham
Marien Plummer, 3, Jackson
Sara Pody, 1, Weogufka
Bob Pollard, 2, Birmingham
Cindy Pool, 1, Tuscaloosa
Kay Poole, 1, Birmingham
Racheal Porter, 1. Shelby
Skip Porter, 2. Marion
Tom Porter, 1, Birmingham
Debbie Portwood, 1, Birmingham
Libby Posey, 2, Mobile
Thurston Posey, 3, Adamsville
Wayne Posey, 2, Adamsville
Betty Pouncey, 2, Montgomery
Sheila Pounders, 3, Tuscumbia
Edgar Prashtofer, 1, Huntsville
Karen Prescott, 1, Cullman
Henrietta Presley, 2, McKenzie
Danny Pritchett, 3, Albertville
Brent Puckett, 2, Birmingham
Gail Pugh, 1, Macon, Mississippi
Debby Pukl, 2, Huntsville
Glenn Quiggle, 3, Fairhope
Roger Raines, 1, Prattville
Diane Ramey, 2, Akron
Jeneice Rasco, 1, Columbiana
Fred Ratliff, 3, Birmingham
Chris Ray, Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
Doug Redd, 2, Birmingham
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Elaine Selby, 2. Birmingham
Leslie Self. 1, Decatur
Julie Sellers, 1, Opelika
Bill Sewall, 1, Athens
Carolyn Sewell, 2, Selma
Brenda Sharpe. 3. Birmingham
Margaret Sharp, 1, Sheffield
Elizabeth Shehane, 2, McCalla
Debra Shimp, 1, Birmingham
Shannon Shipp, 1, Aliceville
Marcie Shipp, 1, Hayden
Skipper Shipp, 2, Aliceville
Peggy Shull, 3, Tuscumbia
Jan Shew make. 3, Mobile
Jane Sims, 3, Talladega
Denny Skellie, 2, Homewood
Kenny Skellis, 2, Homewood
Barbara Sloan, 3, Birmingham
Robert Slovensky, 2, Brookside
Charlotte Smith, 1, Birmingham
Charlotte Smith, 1, Birmingham
Cheryl Smith, 3, Birmingham
Ida Smith, 2, Birmingham
Jane Smith, 1, Louisville
Joyce Smith, 1, Birmingham
Leigh Smith, 1, Birmingham
Pam Smith, 1, Prattville
Rita Smith, 1, Selma
Ruby Smith, 1, Clanton
Teresa Smith, 2, Akron
Mary Smock, 1, Huntsville
Debbie Sapnn, 2, Orlando, Fla.
Susan Spann, 2, Hueytown
Lou Sparks, 2, Dothan
Susan Sparrow, 2, Lavaca
Charla Spears, 2, Opp
Diane Spence, 2, Birmingham
Gary Spencer, 1, Tuscaloosa
Dora Spires, 2, Columbiana
Johnny Staggs, 1, Hueytown
Ester Stanton, 2, Loxley
John Stapleton, 2, Montgomery
Leigh Stapleton, 3, Birmingham
Karen Starr, 1, Birmingham
Iris Steeley, 2, Leeds
Lynda Stevenson, 1, Birmingham
Debbie Still, 3, Lanett
Rogene Stucky, 3, Evergreen
Jan Renfro, 1, Pleasant Grove
Debbie Renty, 1, Mobile
Kathv Reynolds, 1, Greenville
Connie Rhodes, 3, Talladega
Mike Riehard, 1, Birmingham
Rick Richards, 2, Birmingham
Phyllis Richardson, 1. Birminghan
Sharon Riddle, 2, Sylacauga
Helen Riley, 2, Marion
Starr Rives, 3, Selma
Jerry Robertson, 2, Holly Pond
Diann Roberts, 1, Birmingham
Ken Roberts, 1, Montevallo
Laura Roberts, 2, Montevallo
Gary Robertson, 3, Dora
Nancy Robertson, 2, Bessemer
Annett Robinson, 1, Grady
Camille Robinson, 1. Orlando
Carole Robinson, 1, Birmingham
Deborah Robinson, 1, Clanton
Diane Robinson, 2. Selma
Mary Robinson, 1, Summerdale
Becky Roddam, 3, Jasper
Marv Roder, 1, Pensacola, Fla.
Teresa Roden, 3, Birmingham
Elizabeth Rodgers, 1, Eufaula
Martha Rogers, 2. Millbrook
Marsha Rogers, 3, Pleasant Gn
Janet Rooney, 2, Prichard
Diane Ross, 3, Calera
Donna Rosser, 1, McCalla
Judy Roughton, 1, Gainsville, Fla.
Charles Runnels, 2, Montgomery
Kerry Rutherford, 1, Helena
Sheryl Ryalls, 1, Mobile
Susan Ryals, 2, Montgomery
Carol Rylant, 1, Birmingham
Virginia Sandbrook, 1, Ft. Walton, Fla.
Emma Lee Sanders, 1, Hunlsville
Linda Sanders, 1. Bessemer
Joe Sands, 2, Mobile
Beckv Saturday, 2, Sylacauga
Charlene Saunders, 1, Mobile
Vicki Schlichting, 1, Foley
Barbara Schnadelbach, Grand Bay, Fla.
Audrey Schneider, 3, Citronelle
David Seay, 1, Birmingham
Libby Sears, 1, Titus
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Sandra Studdard, 3, Birmingham
Pam Sullivan, 1, Birmingham
Stan Sullivan, 1, Mobile
Deane Summerford, 3. Birmingham
Nancy Sumner, 1, Duncanville
Terry Tant, 2, Mountain Brook
Sam Taurmina, 1, Centerville
Joan Tate, 3, Talladega
Ivey Tate, 2, Birmingham
Janice Taylor, 1, Birmingham
Barry Teel, 2, Scranton, Penn.
Terry Teel, 1, Auburn
Carla Terry, 1, Birmingham
Neysa Terry, 1, Pell City
Allen Thomas, 3, Gardendale
Brenda Thomas, 3, Dothan
Phillip Thomason, 3, Shawmut
Claire Thompson, 1, Birmingham
Jan Thompson, 2, Greenville
Rebecca Thompson, 2, Forest Home
Chris Thorne, 3, Montgomery
Fay Thorne, 2, Prattville
Robbie Tibbs, 1, Hueytown
Joel Tillman, 1, Gardendale
Tim Tingl". 2, Birmingham
James Tinker, 1, Birmingham
Britt Tolbert, 1, Cullman
Gail Towers, 1, Hueytown
Cathy Trammell, 2, Birmingham
Phillip Troha, 1, Birmingham
Dewey Troutman, 1, Birmingham
Tedmund Tucker, 1, Birmingham
Ed Tully, 1, Birmingham
Rhonda Van Dyke, 1, Birmingham
Pam Van Voorhis, 2, Helena
Gail Vainey, 2, Enterpirse
Elaine Vines, 3, Bessemer
Susie Wade, 1, Sylacauga
Patsv Walding, 1, Birmingham
George Walker, 1, Tuscaloosa
Lisa Walker, 1, Birmingham
Dianne Wallace, 1, Randolph
Jennie Wallace, 3, Huntsville
Lyn Wallace, 1, Birmingham
Linda Ward, 3, Pineapple
Sandy Ward, 1, Camden
Sandy Ward, 1, Ozark
Gordon Warren, 1, Birmingham
Carl Watts, 3, Birmingham
Linda Weatherby, 2. Birmingham
Debbie Weaver, 2, Cottondale
Debbie Webb, 2, Decatur
Steve Weeks, 1, Montgomery
Michael Weldon, 3, Montgomer)
Rebecca Weldon, 1, Montgomery
Angie West. 1. Tuscaloosa
Skipper Whatley, 1, Birmingham
Randy Whealton, 2, Mulberry, Fla.
David Wheeler, 3. Jemison
Eric Wheeler, 1, Columbia, S. C.
Nora White, 1, Sylacauga
Wanda White. 3. Birmingham
Lynda Whitfield, 2, Mobile
Rhonda Whitten, 1, Birmingham
David Wigginton, 1, Birmingham
Elaine Wilcox, 3, Birmingham
Anita Wildsmith, 3, Birmingham
John Wildsmith. 3. Birmingham
Gary Wilemon, 1, Birmingham
Susan Wiley. 1, Birmingham
Peggy Williams. 3, Birmingham
Sid Williams, 3, Greenville
Jo Willis, 3, Elmore
John Willis, 2, Elmore
Karen Williams, 1. Bessemer
Beverly Wilson, 3, Montgomery
Kay Wilson, 2, Lincoln
Lvnn Wilson, 2, Selma
Tommy Wilson, 2, Thomasville
Connie Windham, 3, Birmingham
Helen Windham. 1. Selma
Dilcey Windham, 1, Selma
Sharon Windslett, 1. Chamblee, Ga.
Kathv Winner, 3, Birmingham
Cathy Wise, 1, Selma
Susan Wise, 2, Prattvillc
Linda Withers, 1. Birmingham
Debra Wright, 1, Birmingham
Gloria Wright, 2, Chickasaw
Jeanie Wright, 1, Greensboro
Marilyn Wright, 1, Verbena
Nikie Wright, 1, Birmingham
Diane Wolfe, 3. Birmingham
Jim Wood, 1, Macon, Miss.
Angelo Woodman, 1, Montgomery
Martha Woodruff, 1, Birmingham
Pam Wooten, 2, Birmingham
Nancy Worley, 2, New Hope
Diane Yarborough, 3, Birminghan
Shirley Yarborough, 2, Harvest
Debbie Yeager, 3, Mobile
Georgia Yeats, 1, Jemison
Deborah Young, 1, Bav Minette
Vic Zannis, 1, Birmingham
Debbie Ziggler, 1, Birmingham
Suzanne Sigler, 2, Anniston
This blank space is dedicated to those who, through no fault
of their own, have had their class pictures omitted from this
section of the MONTAGE. Only those obtained from the
'Loveman' photographer could be printed herein.
Once upon a time, Faculty Apartments
looked like THIS!
AT COLLEGE OR HOME
OUR STORE, "The largest south of the Ohio River," can be brought to
the College girl, by our quick Mail Order System. We always have those
new ideas in things to wear that a girl likes so much to have before every*
one else does. Our spring catalogue tells the whole story, and will be sent,
if requested. :: :: :: :: :: ::
Loveman, Joseph & Loeb,
CLOTHIER TO THE
The best of everything that is ready-to-put-on
for every member of the family
AT MODEST PRICES.
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Compliments of WESTINGHOUSE
For the enterprising man, fine
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FOR THE FINEST QUALITY IN ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS
TIMES PRINTING COMPANY
THE FALCON BOOKSTORE
• School Supplies
• Art Materials
• Study Guides
• Greeting Cards
McCulley's %ig Saver
"We Give S&H Green Stamps"
Located on Main Street
Just two blocks from U.M. campus
DIXIE SUPER STORES
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WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
665 - 2093
u DRUG COMPANY
On THE Corner
Main and Middle Streets
665 - 4371
May we serve you—?
For Drug, Cosmetic, & Gift Needs.
ALABASTER SHOPPING CENTER
For Fast Pickup and Delivery Service,
See One of our Campus
Chosen From the Student Body.
A Good Professional Cleaning
One Block Off Campus
For Complete Laundry and
Dry Cleaning Service
Student Discounts on Dry Cleaning
Jewelry for Him, Her
Birth, Anniversary, Christmas
Jewelry, Gifts, Silverware
Be sure you give gifts
that are remembered through the years.
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SHERMAN HOLLAND FORD
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and SUPPLY COMPANY
Buy In Ken Terry-Tory!'
KEN TERRY CHEVROLET
"Your folks will like us, loo!!"
Everything for Building
F. Frost and Son
MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK-Montevallo, Ala
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The Strand Theatre
THE REBEL DRIVE-IN
University of Montevallo Supply Store and Lanes
Mrs. Mary Hood, Mgr.
UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO
Dr. M. L. Orr, Jr.
Dr. L. H. Hubbard
Dr. L. E. Kirkland
Dr. S. M. Mahan, Jr.
In conclusion of the work on this, year's Montage, I wish to express my appreciation to ail those who have
helped in any way toward its completion:
To the Photo Lab Staff. Chuck king, John Waller, and Ron Albright for their expert help in the taking and
printing of a large number of the pictures for this year's Montage.
To Mr. Spicer, who also contributed some of the photo work to the Montage.
To Dr. Lucille Griffith, for the use of a large number of references from her book, Alabama College.
To Mr. Lee Barclay, for allowing me to add several things which were not included in our yearly budget.
To all the members of the Publications Committee for help in ways too numerous to mention.
And finally to Mr. Roger Powell, who made it possible for me to obtain this coveted position.
Donald M. Rhodes
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
. AND MANY MORE
YEARS TO COME.
1971 - ?
For the past four years the class of 1971
has created its tomorrows.
Now it is time for them to reap the fruits of their effort,
For them, tomorrow is TODAY.
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